Power Efficient Ant Colony System Wireless Sensor Networks Using Adaptive Node Function
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Today wireless sensor networks are developed and comprised of a small fully autonomous processing, communication and sensing devices. It has been restricted power supply, low computing power. WSNs work in vast area, unreachable or crucial area, send and receive raw data from each sensor node. It has the ability to cooperatively collect data and retransmit in order to process or alert. This paper, used ns-2 simulation, propose a power efficient wireless sensor network ant colony system that can adapt it’s function to reduce average energy consumption per node and work in area for a longer time.
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